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In the pediatric population it has resulted in a rather higher rate of severe and fatal cases in younger age groups (1, 2). In children matching adult numbers have been observed only in infants thus far, and most of the pediatric cases are likely to be underreported as fewer patients are tested. Interestingly, the majority of pediatric cases with COVID-19 have milder clinical presentation and no need of intensive care support whereas one third of COVID-19 hospitalizations in adults are related to the infection of IBD pts. (3). Several studies have shown that children with IBD have a lower incidence of viral infections and carriage of, this could partially explain why children with IBD are more susceptible to an acute, viral-induced flare (4, 5). However, the exact immunologic mechanisms underlying this susceptibility are poorly understood. Our knowledge is mainly based on adult IBD patients and data in children are still incomplete. On the other hand, many IBD treatments have immunomodulatory properties that could in theory play a role in the outcomes of COVID-19 in the pediatric setting. In this context, IBD therapies are frequently used in the treatment of IBD, and it has been suggested that these drugs could be associated with an increased risk of COVID-19 infection or worsening of the disease course (6). Thus, although these associations are not well supported by the existing evidence, a detailed knowledge of possible drug-drug interactions among IBD medications and SARS-Cov-2 infection is warranted.
Our study reviewed the clinical and laboratory data of 3 months of 2016 patients to describe their baseline characteristics and outcomes of COVID-19 infection. All patients positive for SARS-CoV-2 were followed-up for a median period of 168 days (10-239 days). d2c66b5586